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10-07-2014 Ideas and Innovation
The lines are blurring at Binghamton University, in New York. What used to require standing in line with other students at the campus’s MarketPlace dining center will now simply require the click of...
09-29-2014 Managing Your Business
Students at SUNY Buffalo State, in Buffalo, N.Y., have a refreshing reason to visit the campus library these days. This spring, the dining services team, managed by Chartwells at Buffalo State,...
08-07-2014 Ideas and Innovation
Focused on seasonal ingredients, a new food truck will service the underserved areas of the Ohio campus.
07-01-2014 Menu Development
Having trouble building sales of that new menu item? Try including more descriptive labels, says a recent report from the Cornell Food and Brand Lab at Cornell University, in Ithaca, N.Y.
06-04-2014 Ideas and Innovation
In late April, the University of Maryland (UMD) dining services team, in College Park, launched the Terp Farm, the university’s new sustainable vegetable farm.
04-30-2014 Ideas and Innovation
This fall, the pizza and marinara sauce at the Cortland campus of The State University of New York (SUNY) may taste a bit more like home than usual.
Everyone, it seems, wants to offer us tips on healthier eating. Even the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has gotten into the act.
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The state’s new Superintendent of Education is allowing schools to apply for a waiver to sell unhealthy snacks on certain days.
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Two New England universities affected by Winter Storm Juno share their best practices for operating a foodservice department during a major weather event.
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